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  • A Yahoo! User Jul 13, 2009 19:00 Flag

    Tevez signs for City


    Arf Arf

    What do you gloryhunters think of that then ?

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    • Great signing for City, hope the ugly git sticks a hat-trick past manUre next season! ;o)

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    • What like he wasn't going to sign,did you only just know.
      Are you a s*itty supporter,if not worry.......d*ck.

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      • Costa's in the bag...why would he go to a poor man's..s*itty...being chelski now!....(my wad's bigger than your's) as they cant keep their players now anyway... shi*ty are splashing the arabs cash.. ..and.he(costa) want's to win things,and when the realisation of greed dies down,they is only one club that win the most silverware.....no guesses needed.!...Wonder how the dippers are feeling,as real,&barca are now going to dismantle their midfield....he...he...he...!

    • Whilst I appreciate Tevez's contribution to Manchester United, including his 34 goals in 99 starts, I am really surprised at the choice of club he (or more likely his avaricious slimeball agent Kia Joorabchian) has decided to join. I honestly expected him to join one of the major clubs in the belief he might get more first choice starts, or one of the medium size clubs, with integrity and ambition, that would enable him to be the central figure in the team. We always knew with the slithering Joorabchian that it was only about money and getting his pound of flesh, but I had wrongly got the impression with Tevez that there was more substance to him than that. Good luck to him.

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      • I am not surprised by Tevez's decision at all, anymore than I am surprised that Ronaldo chose Real Madrid in spite of them being made to look like a bunch of chumps by Liverpool in the CL. Players often sign for a club that demonstrates ambitious plans for the future, rather than because of where they are currently in the pecking order.

        I know we have laughed at City for years (especially me!!), but even I can see that they are going places, and signing for them is probably a better option long-term than signing for United or Liverpool given their debt and relative inability to compete in the transfer market with the really big spenders.

        Onto the point about Joorabchian. He acted perfectly honourably in an almost identical situation involving Mascherano and Liverpool, but the difference was that Liverpool demonstrated their desire to keep the player by signing him at an earlier stage in his loan period, in contrast to United where David Gill spent the summer of 2008 lying about the Tevez deal in saying that we would definitely sign him permanently by the end of THAT year. We didn't and Joorabchian rightly questioned whether United had the money. If Gill had have been honest andtold Joorabchian that United couldn'tafford Tevez until we sold Ronaldo then perhaps we could have patched things up, but the truth seems to be that both Joorabchian and Tevez were lied to by Gill.

    • they welcome to him, two faced cnt. he was only a squad player anyway, at least he will get regular footie at city, not cameo roles so good business for him, good riddance for us.

    • A waste of money.

      And he turned down Chelsea.

      Arf Arf

      What do you gloryhunters think of that then ?

    • Excellent signing for Man City, who I believe will be 4th this season at the expense of city rival United.

    • Shouldn't you be asking that on the Citeh board ?